This music video was recorded both in the Norwegian part of Sápmi and in Germany. Oh, how I want to dance when I hear this techno song. The song is made by the Sami DJ idja. If you like this song and want to listen to more songs by him, he is available on a… Continue reading From Sápmi to Berlin
Category: Music video
New music from ISÁK
ISÁK singer Ella Marie Haetta Isaksen stars in the new Norwegian film “La Leva leva”. In the Mihkkalii music video, you can see small parts from the film. I haven’t seen the movie yet but I will as soon as I can.
Children’s songs against bullying
The Norwegian television channel NRK releases a song against bullying every year. In recent years, they have also translated these into Sami and had a Sami artist record them. Here you can watch and dance to the songs. BlimE! – Bávkkanas with Elin Oskal BlimE! – Boerehke with Åvla Oainnán du with Vegard Bjorsmo
Áidna – Romsa
The artist Áidna released his first album Viimmat this winter (translation: Finally). One of the songs Romsa has received a music video. The song about the Norwegian city Tromso or Romsa in Sami is not recorded in Tromso. What do you think about that? Leave a comment. Her songs can be found on Spotify.
Keiino – Monument
Keiino competes on Saturday in the Melodi Grand Prix in Norway. If they win, they will once again compete in the Euorvision song contest. What do you think of the song? Do you think they will be able to compete again in the big European song contest? Update: Keiino did not win the Melodi Grand Prix this year. The… Continue reading Keiino – Monument
Dear Sara – Something You Should Know
This song and this video. Wow is the only thing I can say.
Sápmis best music video 2020 is Buot eallá
Dear readers, you have voted for Kajsa Balto’s music video Buot eallá for Sápmi’s best music video of 2020. The beautiful music video is made by photographer Ørjan Marakatt Bertelsen. The beautiful music video is recorded on Norwegian Sápmi. In the interviews that you can hear below, Kajsa Balto and Ørjan Marakatt Bertelsen tell more about… Continue reading Sápmis best music video 2020 is Buot eallá
VILDÁ – Utsjoki-Disko
A banana invites you to a disco in the mountains. That is the story of Vildá’s new music video by Kim Saarinen.